Sabrina Porter Contributing Editor

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Statistically Speaking

    This Friday is the start of spring break at Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pittsburgh, and many other institutions nationwide. While some students head off to the beach or to Europe, others go home to sleep off weeks of college work. Here is a look at some statistics on the ways in which students spend their spring breaks:

    News | March 3, 2008
  • Crime and Incident

    Suspicious Vehicle
    Feb. 22, 2008
    at 4:28 a.m.

    A vehicle was seen sitting in front of the Collaborative Innovation Center for a long period of time. University Police monitored the vehicle until the driver left the premises.

    Fire Alarm
    Feb. 22, 2008
    at 10:23 p.m.

    News | March 3, 2008
  • Syrian ambassador speaks

    On Monday, there was talk of conflict and peace in McConomy. A lecture, titled “U.S., Syria, and The New Old Middle East: Confrontation or Cooperation,” brought out voices from all sides of the debate, who engaged in a heated discussion.

    News | March 3, 2008
  • Health Talk: Shin splints

    For some of the most determined athletes, rest is a foreign concept. However, according to the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, an estimated 13.1 percent of all athletes are afflicted with a condition for which rest is the best treatment. This condition is known as shin splints.

    SciTech | March 3, 2008
  • Va. urges president resignation

    For the past two weeks, protests, vandalisms, resignations, and two-day-long sit-ins have been the norm at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va. On Feb. 12, the college’s president, Gene Nichol, resigned after he was told his contract would not be renewed over the summer. This decision regarding the contract was initiated by the Virginia House of Delegates, a group of conservative a...

    News | February 25, 2008

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